Serving the emerging line of
Geospatial consulting

The traditional view of geospatial is not successfully answering the quandary
the users are in, when it comes to implementing GIS in their business.

Geospatial consulting is an emerging line of business

Geospatial implementation suffers lows due to the multiple dimensions of the real-world problems and their manifold aspects that are intertwined. Additionally, GIS implementation is a function of several technological and organizational parameters. The very definition of GIS says that it is a system of data, hardware, software, people, organization, and policy. Intricate nuances of geospatial implementation often seem confusing to most and daunting to many. The traditional view of geospatial is not successfully answering the quandary the users are in, when it comes to implementing GIS in their business. This confusion sometimes leads people outside the geospatial industry to a notion that geospatial is a moot point.

We, at Mapsol, know that the world is prepared to embrace geospatial but is looking for champions to help answer the many questions. Businesses need reliable ways of implementing geospatial solutions and technologies to enhance their operations. We believe and present geospatial as a real thing, as real as the space/time fabric we live in. We know how to resolve the confusion and enable simple and smooth geospatial solutions.

Built on the principles laid by the geospatial gurus, we boast of a uniquely CARVE-d™ architecture to provide geospatial solutions.

By CARVE-d™ we mean that the geospatial solutions put forward by Mapsol will all be Coherent (well-integrated with the various aspects of the problem), Analytical (based on thorough principles and analyses), Rigorous (with reliable and accurate solutions), Viable (that are implementable within the scope of the problem and agency), and Enhancing (leading onto the next level of understanding the very problem being solved). The elaborateness of our CARVE-d™ framework will allow for a full-spectrum understanding the geospatial problems and the nuances in implementing the solutions that can last and ameliorate the client's business processes.